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on libya in a run up to the storming of the u.s. consulate in benghazi, four americans including u.s. ambassador chris stevens were killed when rioters attacked that consulate on september 11th. the consulate was reportedly attacked in june and august and information they briefed on that. consulate was clearly a target for militant. a rally in chicago with no deal yet in the massive teachers strike. this morning negotiators are sounding more hopeful and agreed on a frame work to end the walkout. union leaders warn there's no final agreement yet and nearly week long strike effected 350,000 students in one of the nation's largest school districts. i'm jamie colby, back in cavuto on business on the fox news channel, one of the most powerful names in news. >> this is incredible, this is what billions in u.s. aid get you after all of these years, hundreds of millions of dollars to libya alone since we helped that country topple a dictator. and billions to egypt since its people toppled its own government last year. and what happens? before then, after then, they're killing americans. the
in u.s. aid get you after all of these years, hundreds of millions of dollars to libya alone since we helped that country topple a dictator. and billions to egypt since its people toppled its own government last year. and what happens? before then, after then, they're killing americans. they're burning american flags, they hate what we stand for. why are we looking to the taxpayers for that and why are we paying for this, especially when we don't have the money to pay for this, gary? >> neil, it's a darn good question. it comes down to three words, enough is enough. we should get some sort of return on our investment. hundreds of millions of dollars going that way. and by the way, a lot of that money we don't know where it went and a lot of it's been lost and been picked up by who knows what. it really has to stop and we need it take it all back and make them earn our dollars, that by the way, we don't have right now and just being conjured up by the fed anyhow. >> neil: now what, dagen, i know the argument you want to keep the moderates in place, but they're a minority and i don't ne
should be be closer to what it was in the late 70's, where it was in the 20's? what is an acceptable level? >> well, first of all, of course, you're right. there are a number of retirees, members of the military and so forth who aren't paying taxes and that's as it should be be, but i did do believe that we should have enough jobs and enough take home pay such that people have the privilege of higher incomes that allow them to be paying taxes. i think that people would like to be paying taxes. the good news is if you're doing well enough financially that you can pay a tax. >> neil: so, forget for the moment about whose nose is out of joint. focus on at that that 47% not paying income taxes for whatever reason and why it's time to get more people in the game now. and we've got dagen mcdowell, and gary, and ben stein who has not been playing games himself, multi-tasking again, another great book just out, how to really ruin your financial life, and shockingly, it does not involve congress. and we're also joined by adam lashinsky and charlie gasperino. gary, to you first, the 47% figure
, but may be in a situation like we're in in the late 30's in which we have very, very slow economic progress, or none at all and we're just in a prolonged period of slowdown and i don't see what's going to end this. >> we should point out that housing is up in the countries, so far down, you know. >> neil: for whatever reason, charlie, it's up. >> one dollar or two dollars. >> neil: adam, on this point i have another theory on this, you might or might not like, we got so used to crappy numbers when they're less crappy, i think we're grateful and i think we've had years of pathetic numbers and i think that when we see an up tick in housing as we've seen to ben's point, and not all of them, but pending home sales, most are up from some of their lows and we're off to the races when in reality, the overall sales numbers, existing new, no matter how you want to slice it are nothing where they should be at this stage of recovery and a fraction of where they were, even before the boom. what do you think of that? >> well, two things, neil, clearly true with regard to hu housing, when things
, they have a suspect now in mexico, arrested in the death of u.s. border patrol agent brian terry. authorities believe he's one of five people responsible for the deadly shootout in arizona that was connected to the botched gun running sting. now, you may remember operation fast and furious allowed illegal gun purchases into mexico in the hopes of tracking weapons to the drug cartel leaders. the weapons instead vanished of course. i'm jamie colby, keep it here on fox, the most powerful name in news. >> 2020 north america will be energy independent by taking full advantage of our oil, our gold, our cash-- >> unlike my opponent, i won't let it endanger our coast line or collect 4 billion dollar in corporate welfare from our taxpayers. >> neil: you have a pretty good idea where we stand. and mitt romney never mentioned the oil companies during the speech and the president did, gas prices up nearly $2 since this president took office and the keystone pipeline locked out and america is proving they love their gas guzzlers, and truck sales booming. ben stein, what do you make of it. >>
's something coming,s there' something, a rainbow coming and all of this green energy nonsense is actually going to happen soon. it hasn't happened even marginally yet. and why should we expect anything to happen anytime in the future and by the way, you and president obama should be relying on john maynard cains, we're all going to die. and this is not going to happen not in our lifetimes, not even in sandra's lifetime. >> and i agree what sandra schmid. take the marcellus shale, in pennsylvania, hundreds of thousands of jobs and it's really amazing now, you know, environmentalists have a lot of sway with this administration, the atheists have a lot of sway with the administration and some of the signs you were talking about, the war on fracking, if you think that gasoline is expensive now. if there's a second term, be ready for 6, 7, 8, and that's the european way-- >> so we're totally fracked. >> and paying for pre-school with a sales tax, someone from the forbes gang, not involving an incomplete. you know, here is an f. the top of the hour, and think that the democrats are through play
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